The CAAFeteria will be serving some interesting dishes on Tuesday. The entree is United States v. Terry, which presents one of the most interesting factual scenarios in a members challenge case ever. (If you have forgotten, see the 3 October table setting contest blog post.) Then comes a half-portion second helping of members challenges in United States v. Briggs, docketed for 15 minutes per side. For a tasty dessert, there is United States v. Cossio, a speedy trial case in which the military judge kicked the case only to be overturned by the Air Force Court. CAAF will now settle the matter.
It doesn’t sound like there’s a single serving of meatloaf on the menu. Bon appetite!
(By the way, here’s something weird. The spellchecker on blogger.com, on which these posts are composed, doesn’t recognize the word “blog.” Then again, the spellchecker also doesn’t recognize the word “spellchecker.” I’m not making this up.)